Nancy Ging, LCSW
Helping people find peace and know their own wholeness
Nancy Ging, LCSW, has been happily living into her purpose of empowering people to create balance, and find harmony in relationship complexities within oneself and among family members. She loves to help people overcome illness and find well-being by aligning with the power and fun of the Creative Forces.
Since 1981 she has been in private practice as a psychotherapist while giving workshops, giving keynotes around the country and authoring two books. Nancy continues to develop The Energy Paradigm in her work and teachings. She integrates a multitude of therapeutic modalities into her sessions with clients.
Nancy is also available to teach and for speaking engagements. In addition, Nancy works as a supervisor to other therapists looking to work more holistically. Please connect to learn more.
Learn more about Nancy by listening
to a January 2017 radio interview.
Books by Nancy
Nancy did at least 20 years of research and teaching before writing her first book, Simplifying The Road to Wholeness, a substantial book which is both a practical self-help book full of guidance for anyone seeking well-being AND ALSO a book full of useful suggestions and resources for counselors wanting to be more holistic in their work with their own clients. The book contains original ideas, concepts and approaches to psychotherapy as well as a synthesis of numerous modalities of counseling.
In 2016, Nancy published a Knowing Wholeness, a book of poetry. Nancy is currently working on two new books.
"Simplifying the Road to Wholeness is full of insights into integrating body, mind, and spirit, and an entry into the medicine of the future. Nancy Ging is a compassionate, skillful and trustworthy guide." - Larry Dossey, M.D.
"I just had to tell you how much I loved your poems, truly. I've read the book in spurts, several times over, and have reveled in your intuition for sound and sense, and a metrical measure that reminds me a bit of Emily Dickinson's sprung rhythm... the book is wonderful." - Sheila Wotring, Retired Professor of Literature and Poetry
"Nancy Ging really covered the waterfront in Knowing Wholeness Through Poetry and Imagery and did it in a joyful, inspirational way" - Stanley Krippner, PhD., Saybrook University